This old USGS topographical map is a composite we made from 6 separate USGS topographical maps. We stitched the maps together to make one large wall map. The old topo maps show every road and all principal buildings, as well as lakes, rivers, railroads and elevations. Original size: 24" x 32" Printed on high quality bond paper. Please choose carefully as maps are not returnable.
The New York Times Headline Japan Wars On U.S. And Britain announces the attack on Pearl Harbor bringing World War II to United States shores. Our Pearl Harbor Coin and Stamp Collection showcases an official reproduction of the The New York Times Front page 4 coins from 1941 Lincoln Penny Jefferson Nickel Silver Mercury Dime and a Silver Washington Quarter and 4 U.S. Postage Stamps 3-cent World War II Veterans 3-cent Navy in World War II 3-cent Coast Guard in WWII and 1-cent 1943 Four Freedoms. All displayed in a 16 by 14 inch black wood wall frame and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.. Genuine US Coins. Genuine US Stamps. Licensed by the New York Times. Certificate of Authenticity. 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty. Dimension - 14 x 0.50 x 16 in.. Item Weight - 2.13 lbs.
In Far Harbor, a new case from Valentine’s Detective Agency leads you on a search for a young woman and a secret colony of synths. Travel off the coast of Maine to the mysterious island of Far Harbor, where higher levels of radiation have created a more feral world. Navigate through the growing conflict between the synths, the Children of Atom, and the local townspeople. Will you work toward bringing peace to Far Harbor, and at what cost?
Far Harbor features the largest landmass for an add-on that Bethesda Game Studios has ever created, filled with new faction quests, settlements, lethal creatures and dungeons. Become more powerful with new, higher-level armor and weapons. The choices are all yours.
Supported Platforms: PlayStation 4
PlayStation account required for game activation and installation
The Erie Canal in the Finger Lakes Region includes a reviewof proposals to build waterways during the 100 years preceding the canal's completion in 1825, a history of the building of the canal, and eight stories about life on the canal. Also provided are brief descriptions and histories of villages along the canal, biographies of seven people who were instrumental in the planning and construction of the canal, and comments on the future of the canal. In addition, information is included on places to see and things to do on a strip across northern New York State fifteen miles north of the canal and fifteen miles south of the canal.